Behrouz Javid Tehrani Transferred to the Common Ward after 53 Days of Solitary Confinement and Torture-Gohardasht Prison-Iranpublished on Thursday, July 15, 2010
According to news reports from “Human Rights and Democracy Activists in Iran” Behrouz Javid Tehrani has been finally transferred to the common ward in Section 1 of the Gohardasht prison, after spending 53 days in solitary confinement and being subjected to brutal torture.
Mr. Tehrani a pro-democracy activist who was originally arrested during the pro-democracy protests of July 9th 1999 has spent most of the past 11 years in the Islamic Regime prisons. Mr. Tehrani has sent the past year in the notorious Section 1 of the Gohardasht prison, also known as “the dog house, the dark hole, the end of the road.” The prisoners are taken here to be tortured and to be “broken.”
While in solitary confinement Mr. Tehrani went on a hunger strike in order to defend his own rights and the rights of other political prisoners. Even under the worst conditions imaginable Mr. Tehrani has never given up his fight for freedom and democracy.
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Source of news report: http://hrdai.blogspot.com/2010/07/53.html